mangalore engineering college

Department of Mathematics

Mathematics is the queen of all sciences. We can neither know things correctly nor can have practical utility of computation unless we have the knowledge of engineering mathematics. Since mathematics has cultural and disciplinary values, it occupies an important place in curriculum and in society also.

Mathematics has the potential to make a significant impact to the advancement of science and engineering. The engineering mathematics has wide applications and skills applicable to multidisciplinary technology in a balanced, integrated engineering curriculum.

Department of Mathematics has well qualified and experienced staff members with three Ph.D holders and two pursuing their Ph.D. The department is recognized as one of its research centers by VTU. The department educates both undergraduate and postgraduate students in mathematics based on the needs of various disciplines.


In this era of emerging technologies and advanced sciences, developed nations are focusing on applied research by using knowledge linkages between scientists, engineers and researchers. Mathematics forms the backbone for knowledge development not only for scientists but also for engineers. Our focus is to produce engineers equipped with modern mathematics tools with strong understanding towards real world and engineering problems.

 

Mrs.Asha Saraswathi B.

Designation Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Sc (Ph.D)

Interested Area : Graph Theory and Lattice Theory LATTICE THEORY & GRAPH THEORY

Ms. Sumangala Rao

Designation Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Sc

Interested Area : graph theory,differential calculus,numerical analysis Differential Calculus

Ms. Savitha Rai

Designation Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Sc.

Interested Area : Algebra NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

Mr. Abdul Majeed

Designation Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.Sc.

Interested Area : fluid mechanics

Asha Saraswathi B. and Lavanya S., “On the Lattice of Convex Edge sets of a Connecteddirected graph“,International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematical Sciences. ISSN 0972-9828 vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 155-161, ISSN 0972-9828, 2015
Girishkumara R, Lavanya S, “On the lattice of convex sets and path sets of a connected graph”,International journal of mathematics Research, vol. 7, no. 2, pp.197-202. ISSN0976-5840, 2015.
S. Lavanya, “On the lattice of path sets of a connected graph”, Indian journal of mathematics research, vol 1, no 2, pp. 219-222. 2013, ISSN:2347-3045.
Ismail B and Anjum Khan, “Image De-noising with a new threshold value“, Journal of data Science, vol 10, pp. 259-270. ISSN: 1683-8602, 2012.
Ismail B and Anjum Khan, “Image De-noising with Stationary Wavelet transform“, Journal of wavelet theory and applications, vol 5, no. 1, pp. 9-14, ISSN: 0973-6336, 2012
Ismail B and Anjum Khan, “Detection of jump and cusp using Haar wavelets in a regression function“, vol. 6, no 2, pp. 105-110. ISSN: 0973-6336, 2012
S. Lavanya and S. Subramanya Bhat, “On the lattice of convex sets of a connected graph”, Global journal of pure and applied Mathematics, vol7, no. 2, pp. 157-162. 2011, ISSN 0973-1768.
Ismail B and Anjum Khan, “A New threshold value in the curve estimation by wavelet Shrinkage“, Proceedings of the ICCS_X Tenth Islamic conference on Statistical Science, vol. 2, pp. 786-795, 2010.
S. Lavanya and S. Parameshwara Bhatta, “Finite distributive lattices which are isomorphic to direct products of chains”, Algebra Universalis, ISSN 0002-5240. (ISI indexed Journal- Impact Factor 0.44) vol. 37, pp. 448-457. 1997
S. Lavanya and S. Parameshwara Bhatta, “On an ordering of convex sublattices preserving planarity of the lattice”, JCMCC, ISSN 0835-3026 (Scopus indexed Journal) vol. 23, pp. 230-249. 1997.
S. Lavanya and S. Parameshwara Bhatta, “A new approach to the lattice of convex sublattices of a lattice”, Algebra Universalis, ISSN 0002-5240 (ISI indexed Journal- Impact Factor 0.44) vol. 35, pp. 63-71, 1996,
S. Lavanya and S. Parameshwara Bhatta, “A new ordering on the set of all sublattices of a Lattice”, SEA Bull Math, vol.18, no.2, pp. 43-49. 1994, ISSN 0218-0006.
Ismail B. and Anjum Khan (2011). Image thresholding using discrete wavelet transform. Presented at XXXI Annual Convention of Indian Society for Probabilities and Statistics (ISPS) and International Conference on Statistics, Probability and related areas. CUSAT, Cochin. December 2011.
Ismail, B. and Anjum Khan (2011).” Image denoising with a new threshold value using wavelets”. Presented at International Conference on Actuarial Statistics Biostatistics and Stochastic modeling. Kannur University, Kannur. January 2011.
Ismail, B. and Anjum Khan (2009). “A new threshold value in curve estimation by wavelet shrinkage”. Presented at ICCS-X, Tenth Islamic Conference on Statistical Science, Cairo, Egypt, December 2009.

2011

Ismail, B. and Anjum Khan (2011).” Image denoising with stationary wavelet transform”. Presented at National Conference on Modern Trend in Science and Technology. M V Shetty Institute of Technology, Moodbidri. October 2011.
Ismail, B. and Anjum Khan (2011).” Detection of jump and cusp using Haar wavelets in a regression function”. Presented at National Conference on Recent Developments in Statistics, Gulbarga university, Gulbarga. September 2011.
Themes Ongoing Projects
Lattice Theory Construction of lattices from Graphs
Special functions Studies on hyper geometric functions.
Wavelet theory Applications of wavelet in non- parametric regressions
Research Guide Ph.D. Research Scholar Name Research Area University Status
Dr.Lavanya.S Asha Saraswathi Lattice Theory Visvesvaraya Technological University Belagavi ongoing
Girish Kumara.R Lattice Theory Visvesvaraya Technological University Belagavi ongoing
Pavithra Ganapathy Shanbhog Fluid Dynamics Visvesvaraya Technological University Belagavi ongoing

The Vision

To be one of the leading centers for teaching and research in mathematics.

The Mission

  • Encourage analytical , independent, rational thinking and enhance problem solving skills of the students
  • To be a department of excellence in imparting quality education in various domains of mathematics
  • To orient the students for an overall development to enable them to meet the ever growing challenges of the global society with mathematical tools.
  • Provide an education that is strong in fundamentals and applied knowledge which enables them to solve engineering problems.

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